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Eastside hybrid home asks $699K

A recently built house in Chestnut appeals to sensibilities old and new

A white frame house with a front gabled roof over a small porch. The yard is gravel and has concrete pavers leading leading to the front steps. Two tall trees are on either side of the porch, and there is part of an agave plant in the foreground.
2100 East 14th Street Unit A
Via Redfin

It’s hard to say if the front part of this multistory home in East Austin’s Chestnut neighborhood has been refashioned from a 20th-century build, but it certainly banks on that appearance. The modestly sized street-fronting section of the home leads to an expanded, two-story affair, all with updated, contemporary interiors.

The 1,736-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. It features bright and fully open-concept living, kitchen, and dining rooms. The kitchen features custom cabinets and a large herringbone backsplash. There’s a balcony off the upstairs master suite as well as a fully fenced yard with a storage shed, a carport, and a solar-powered gate.

The freestanding home at 2100 East 14th Street Unit A shares a lot with the house behind it. Redfin holds the listing.